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66 EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


provides smooth operation for door configurations up to 12 metres wide and 3 metres high, creating true glazed sliding walls. From one system Comar 7P.i LS+ provides delivered solutions, for the summer months maximise the opening space with the three-track slider which creates two thirds clear opening, whilst in the winter the lowest U-values keep out the cold. Innovation comes from Comar 7P.i


LS+ offering unique solutions from one system, which means that with the same profiles you can provide lift slide or straight rolling gear, standard or slim interlock, enhanced performance with the inclusion of thermal foam and double or triple track configurations. Optional slim interlocks maximise the homeowners view out when the doors are in the closed position keeping the slim sightlines of Comar 7Pi LS+ doors with the reassurance of the lowest U-values, so even in the coldest winter months daylighting is maximised and


Comar 7P.i LS+ It’s a Lift Slide Life for Us N


ow it’s time to lift and slide our product range with Comar 7Pi LS+. Innovative lift and slide gearing


warmth assured. For a standard CEN size set of doors U-values are down to 1.4 with a 1.0 centre pane and using glass technology and Comar’s Enhanced Thermal Foam U-values of 0.74 are achievable. The real advantage of this system is it’s


smooth and easy lift operation, it’s ease of operation for sliding doors means that there is no alternative; it really is a lift slide life for all members of the family. Another advantage is the ability to lock the door in an open position anywhere along the track which means that the homeowner can open the door for ventilation without the risk of small children and toddlers exiting the doors. For our fabricator and trade partners,


Comar Systems utilises multi-function profiles which means that from a minimum stock all configurations of this feature laden system can be fabricated. Installers with the unique Comar Easyfit components minimise time on site and disruption to the home owner whilst maximising returns. Feedback from the UKAS Accredited Test


House was “it is the best they’d ever seen”, as it passed BS6375 Parts one, two and three


with no water leakage at 1050Pa. The hardware, has been tested to over 50,000 open and closing cycles. Glazing technology advances every day


with new triple glazed units providing ever lower centre pane values, acoustic glasses to meet enhanced performance criteria are widely specified, Comar 7P.i LS+ now provides a future proof solution with a glazing pocket of up to 57mm. With a simple change of gasket and beads the Comar 7P.i LS+ provides this flexible solution for all your glazing needs.


020 8685 2318 projects@parksidegroup.co.uk


Viiu becomes UK’s first PAS24-2016 accredited slimline sliding door


to pass the new more stringent security standard PAS24-2016. Viiu offers ultra-slim sightlines, secure laminated glass throughout and an ingenious, unobtrusive design. With the outer-frame entirely built into the facade, it gives the appearance of a wall of glass, strong enough to support moving glass sections of up to 750kg, and fixed glass sections up to 1200kg. But it’s the product’s unusually slim


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but robust interlock section that’s allowed it to achieve much sought-after PAS24-2016 accreditation. “The PAS24-2016 process is extremely


challenging,” explains Viiu Sales Director Rod Tate. “It was recently updated to stipulate the interlocks should not part by 50mm under 450kgs of force from both sides. As a result, most systems on the market


iiu, the outstanding slim-line sliding door taking the market by storm, has become the first product of its type


Architect: Crahay & Jamaigne Architectes Photo: Samuel Defourny


stand up to that level of force. A simple look at the shape and size of the Viiu interlock shows that by design it has the strength required to pass the test. We have video evidence showing there was no gap at all between Viiu’s inside and outside interlock.” Viiu is also a cut above the competition


in other ways. A motorised option is also available – and its drive gear is discreetly housed in the unit’s 100m head profile, which itself is hidden behind the building’s facade. Most competitor products, by contrast,


found themselves in trouble. They simply hadn’t been designed to withstand that level of force.


“During testing, most slim interlocks


bend under the pressure, often resulting in gaps bigger than the magic figure of 50mm – the minimum amount of space a would-be intruder could realistically get their arm through. “Viiu is the first and as-yet only system to


require chunky head profiles up to 300mm in height. The motor can be easily accessed from below for maintenance or repair without the need for ugly internal access panels inside the home. What’s more, Viiu comes with automatic


obstruction detection on motorised models, and a choice of wall-mounted or key fob operation.


0800 877 0077 www.viiu.co.uk


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